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    DV**PEC / DV**FEC (EEV SERIES AIR HANDLERS)

    IOD-4018J 11/2019

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    1 Important Safety Instructions ...............................................................2 2 Shipping Inspection ...............................................................................3 2.1 Parts ........................................................................................................3 2.2 Handling ..................................................................................................3 3 Codes & Regulations .............................................................................3 4 Replacement Parts.................................................................................3 5 Pre-Installation Considerations ...........................................................3 5.1 Preparation ..............................................................................................3 5.2 System Matches ......................................................................................3 5.3 Interconnecting Tubing ............................................................................3 5.4 Clearances ..............................................................................................3 5.5 Horizontal Applications ............................................................................3 6 Installation Location .............................................................................4 6.1 Upflow Installation ...................................................................................4 6.2 Horizontal Left Installation .......................................................................4 6.3 Downflow/Horizontal Right Installation ....................................................4 7 Refrigerant Lines ...................................................................................7 7.1 Tubing Size ..............................................................................................7 7.2 Tubing Preparation ..................................................................................7 7.3 Tubing Connections .................................................................................8 8 Condensate Drain Lines ........................................................................8 9 Ductwork.................................................................................................9 9.1 Return Ductwork ......................................................................................9 10 Return Air Filters ..................................................................................9 11 Electric Heat .........................................................................................9 12 Electrical and Control Wiring ............................................................ 11 12.1 Building Electrical Service Inspection .................................................. 11 12.2 Wire Sizing .......................................................................................... 11 12.3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection (MOP) ............................................ 11 12.4 Electrical Connections – Supply Voltage ............................................. 11 12.4.1 Air Handler Only (Non-Heat Kit Models) ........................................... 11 12.4.2 Air Handler - Non-Circuit Breaker Heat Kits ..................................... 11 12.4.3 Air Handler With Circuit Breaker Heat Kit ......................................... 11 13 Achieving 1.4% & 2% Low Leakage Rate ........................................12 14  Airflow Trim ........................................................................................12 15 Miscellaneous Start-Up Checklist ....................................................12 15.1 Auxiliary Alarm Switch .........................................................................13 15.2 Circulator Blower .................................................................................14 15.3 Motor Orientation .................................................................................14 15.4 Accessory Contacts .............................................................................14 16  Troubleshooting ..................................................................................15 16.1 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions .......................................15 16.2 Diagnostic Chart .................................................................................15 16.3 Fault Recall.........................................................................................15 17 Fully Communicating Daikin System ................................................16 17.1 Overview..............................................................................................16 17.2 Airflow Consideration ...........................................................................16 17.3 Thermostat Wiring ...............................................................................16 17.3.1 Two-Wire Outdoor and Four-Wire Indoor Wiring ......................... 16 17.4 Network Troubleshooting .....................................................................16 17.5 System Troubleshooting ......................................................................17 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................18 Diagnostic Codes ......................................................................................21 Setting the mode display ..........................................................................22 Wiring Diagram ..........................................................................................24 Routine Maintenance ................................................................................25

    NOTICE If an “Ed” error is encountered on startup, verify that the electric heater DIP switches have been set to the appropriate  heater size.  See Tables 9 and 10  for the heater kit airflow delivery  and DIP switch settings.

    Only personnel that have been trained to install, adjust, service or repair (hereinafter, “service”) the equipment specified in this manual should service the equipment. The manufacturer will not be responsible for any injury or property damage arising from improper service or service procedures. If you service this unit, you assume responsibility for any injury or property damage which may result. In addition, in jurisdictions that require one or more licenses to service the equipment specified in this manual, only licensed personnel should service the equipment. Improper installation, adjustment, servicing or repair of the equipment specified in this manual, or attempting to install, adjust, service or repair the equipment specified in this manual without proper training may result in product damage, property damage, personal injury or death.

    RECOGNIZE THIS SYMBOL  AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION.

    Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

    PROP 65 WARNING FOR CALIFORNIA CONSUMERS

    0140M00517-A

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    1  IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS The following symbols and labels are used throughout this manual to indicate immediate or potential safety hazards. It is the owner’s and installer’s responsibility to read and comply with all safety information and instructions accompanying these symbols. Failure to heed safety information increases the risk of personal injury, property damage, and/or product damage. NOTICE:  THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS WHICH REQUIRE A DEFINITE GROUND. PROVISIONS ARE MADE FOR CONNECTION OF THE GROUND. A DEDICATED GROUND FROM THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY OR AN EARTH GROUND MUST BE PROVIDED

    When installing or servicing this equipment, safety clothing, including hand and eye protection, is strongly recommended. If installing in an area that has special safety requirements (hard hats, etc.), observe these requirements.

    CO can cause serious illness including permanent brain damage or death.

    Advertencia especial para la instalación de calentadores ó manejadoras de aire en áreas cerradas como estacionamientos ó cuartos de servicio.

    El monóxido de carbono puede causar enfermedades severas como daño cerebral permanente ó muerte.

    Las emisiones de monóxido de carbono pueden circular a través del aparato cuando se opera en cualquier modo.

    RISQUE D'EMPOISONNEMENT AU MONOXYDE DE CARBONE

    Cette ventilation est nécessaire pour éviter le danger d'intoxication au CO pouvant survenir si un appareil produisant du monoxyde de carbone continue de fonctionner au sein de la zone confinée.

    Failure to properly reconnect sensor wires may result in Error codes and the unit not operating.

    To avoid property damage, personal  injury or death due  to electrical shock, this unit MUST have an uninterrupted,  unbroken electrical ground. The electrical ground circuit may  consist of an appropriately sized electrical wire connecting the ground lug in the unit control box to the building electrical  service panel. Other methods of grounding are permitted if performed in accordance with the National Electric Code (NEC)/American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70 and local/state codes. In Canada, electrical grounding is to be in accorda

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